Been fighting this thing for days trying to get it to push traffic through a Check Point firewall. Changed the LAN IP address to match the original internal subnet (172.20.32.33) and now it won't show itself at all.
I'm guessing I must have mistyped the address. There is no USB port on it so there is no way that I can see to get back in without having to go through ATT support.
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Re: Can't find LAN address on etopia 3347
You can make the lan ips what ever you want them to be. The way you get thru firewalls, which on the router is NAT, is to set up mapping from your WAN ip to the LAN one you creat.
if you are saying instead, that you put the netopia in bridgemode, and are passing all the ips thru the router to the Check Point firewall you have set up behind it, then you need to configure your firewall correctly.
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I dont undestand your question to well, NAT stands for (Network Address Translation) examle, your router has a LAN IP address of let say 192.168.1.1 and has a WAN IP address of let say 220.127.116.11 than for the traffic to be able to flow trough the WAN side to the LAN side the router NAT's the traffic from one side to the other, PORTS on the other hand are to let a spesific service trough the FIREWALL on the WAN side to a sepsific machine on the LAN side, since NAT is not a service, I dont think you need to open anny ports in your router's FIREWALL to play or modify a setting in the console. As for the game (I'm not an expert) but i think it uses the term NAT for some sort of filter to filter out un wanted players I think (nothing to do with Network Adress Translation or PORTS)
– If you select 'Same as Incoming port' then all incoming traffic on specified Service is
forwarded to LAN server without modifying Destination Port.
– If you select 'Forward to another port range' then all incoming traffic received on the
Service port (or range of ports) is forwarded to this port or range of ports of the LAN
– This field is disabled if action selected is "Block Always".
– If you want to forward the traffic to a single port then enter port value in start port and
leave finish port empty.
– If you want to forward the traffic to range of ports then enter non zero value in finish port
and make sure that service record attached to this rule has range of ports and range is equal
to that of forwarding ports.
– For example if you select Service as HTTP (TCP/80), LAN Server IP address as
192.168.15.10 and Forwarding port as 8080 then all traffic coming from internet on
– TCP/80 (HTTP) to this Router is redirected to TCP/8080 port of 192.168.15.10
• WAN Users: These settings determine which packets are covered by the firewall rule, based on
their source (WAN) IP address. Select the desired option:
– Any All IP addresses are covered by this firewall rule.
– Address range If this option is selected, you must enter the "Start" and "Finish" fields.
– Single address Enter the required address in the "Start" fields.
• Log: This determines whether packets covered by this firewall rule are logged. Select the
– Never - never log traffic considered by this firewall rule, whether it matches or not.
– Match - Log traffic only it matches this firewall rule. (The action is determined by this
Ok well this is out of the manual, to me it seems straight forwards, but it is a brick too though, there is an example to help you, basically you tell it the Address of the PC, (Right click on NIC and get address) that you want ports to go to.. then ALLOW it, UN-disable actually.. in the tables.
To Configure the Router with Internet Access
Connect to one of the wireless router/access point's LAN Ethernet ports, turn off its DHCP server, and give the wireless router a static IP on your LAN:
Connect a PC directly to a LAN port on the wireless router with an Ethernet cable.
Power on the wireless router/access point.
Reboot the PC.
Log in to the wireless router though a browser. (Usually 192.168.1.1, with User Name = admin and Password = password, unless you changed them from the defaults).
Go to the LAN IP menu and disable the wireless access point’s DHCP server by unchecking Use router as DHCP server.
Select LAN IP, and change the IP to 192.168.1.99.
Click Apply to save the settings. You will lose the connection to the wireless router/access point , since its IP changed.
Log in to the wireless router/access point with the URL: http://192.168.1.99
Connect one of the wireless router's Local (LAN) ports to your existing network.
This completes the wireless router/access point configuration.
You can now log in to the wireless router/access point at its new address of http://192.168.1.99 and configure wireless features such as WEP and Access Control List
UPnP, DMZ, Port Forwarding, and Port Triggering are not used on the wireless router/access point, and it doesn't matter how they are configured.
Configure the LAN IP address to be within the same subnet as your PCs.
Take care not to use an IP address already being used.
Limit the number of addresses in the DHCP range and assign an IP
address outside of the range to the router you want to use as the
Disable DHCP on the wireless router/access point.
Connect one of the LAN ports on the wireless router/access point to a LAN port on the Router.
Configure the SSID and any security settings on the wireless PCs to match the wireless router/access point's SSID and security settings.
a. SSIDs must be the same on all wireless devices. (These are case-sensitive: netGEAR is not the same as NETGEAR.)
b. Tip: Make sure the wireless PCs can connect before configuring WEP, WPA-PSK, or other wireless encryption.
Are you saying you are not getting an IP address? If you are, then there is two way communication happening between your router and the computer. Is the router getting an IP address off the WAN? You need to verify this by logging into the router and looking for the WAN setup or status. If both of those are true then you have a config issue either on your firewall or the routers routing table or firewall. Check your computer first to make sure it's allowing traffic from the routers LAN IP address. Then check your router's routing table and the firewall settings.